The Surprising Effects of Business vs Leisure Travel on Your Health and Well-Being #infographic

The Surprising Effects of Business vs Leisure Travel on Your Health and Well-Being #infographic

About 83 percent of millennials who have never traveled for business wishes have been given the opportunity to do so. They cite the opportunity to see a new city, represent their businesses in a different environment, and take advantage of hotel services as benefits in which they would like the opportunity to participate. Too many young professionals without a great deal of work experience are regarded as a status symbol for business travel.

This definitely has a ring of glamor for corporate travel: a chance to see the globe and live on the dollar in excellent hotels. Yet business trips can also generate a huge return on investment for the organizations that are taking their workers to them: for every dollar spent on business travel, corporations have earned $12.50 in annual revenue increases.

But while regular business travel can boost the resumes and line company pockets of pad professionals, it has its downsides. Studies show that road warriors are much more likely due to their frequent travel to suffer from a slew of health problems and interpersonal tension. 


In fact, the health effects of leisure travel are diametrically opposed to these problems. While holidays have been shown to make the body more resilient to stress and other chronic health issues, improve efficiency and motivation, and even help save your marriage, regular corporate travel can take a serious toll on employee health and well-being.



The Surprising Effects of Business vs Leisure Travel on Your Health and Well-Being #infographic

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